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New Post 5/15/2009 6:41 PM
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Steve Towers happy to come home ;-) 

Hi Guys

Many years ago I was a Business Analyst. The principles that I learned led me to some strange and interesting places.

Thirty years after I started my career the wheel has turned full circle and many of the challenges we face in the 21st century require BA skills like never before.

I am very pleased to have discovered the community and hope to contribute fully. You see my details at

I also chair a Linkedin community dedicated to Business Processes, which are the very raw material of a good Business Analyst. Here's the link and feel free to cross post and share. Many of the BP Group members would benefit from a core understanding of Business Analysis! :-)
Here's that link BPGroup

Kind Regards, Steve



New Post 8/19/2009 12:25 PM
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Re: Steve Towers happy to come home ;-) 

Hi Steve,

Glad to hear you've joined!  Would love to see your thought leadership and expertise showcased at

- Adrian

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